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  1. fazalmajid

    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Owl_Babies One of my daughter's favorite books when she was a toddler.
  2. fazalmajid

    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    About half a dozen rose-ringed parakeets gorging themselves on sycamore seeds. Poisonous for horses but not for birds, it seems. Sorry for the shaky video, it was hand-held. Hampstead, London, UK. Nikon Z7, 500/5.6 PF. Binoculars: Swarovski NL Pure 8x42
  3. fazalmajid

    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    A Mistle Thrush (I think). First time I see one hereabouts.
  4. fazalmajid

    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    A European robin on my balcony, two magpies 10m away and two great spotted woodpeckers who promptly absconded by the time I brought my spotting scope to bear (they were about 40m away).
  5. fazalmajid

    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    I hadn't realized musket guns are named after a bird. I see them flying about quite often, but never on the ground or perched this far. He was close-by and binoculars were not strictly needed, but I didn't want to scare it away. My wife's name is "Shaheen", which is the Persian and Indian...
  6. fazalmajid

    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    Eurasian Sparrowhawk (juvenile, I think) briefly resting on my balcony. Swarovski EL SV 8.5x42 and Nikon 500/5.6 PF on a D5300. I don't see too many of these hereabouts, mostly magpies, Eurasian blackbirds and jays, robins and occasionally parakeets.
  7. fazalmajid

    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    A great spotted woodpecker. Flew away before I could bring my camera to bear,
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